Mrs. Pakistan World 2007- Misbah Iqbal

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Misbah Iqbal, a 22 year old, married mother of three, is taking a step by representing Pakistan in the Mrs. World pageant to be held in Sochi, Russia. Misbah Iqbal was born on June 1st, 1984 in Karachi, Pakistan and at 22, she is the first married woman to represent Pakistan at an international pageant, Mrs. World 2007. Misbah has graduated as a medical assistant, as well as is a mother of three beautiful children with a very supported husband. She is presently in school for her Associates in Science, and is in her final year. The president of the Miss Pakistan World pageant Sonia Ahmed, who has now created the Mrs. Pakistan World contest, is ecstatic about this new venture. "I am proud of yet another achievement for Pakistan. I am delighted to see this happening in 2007, finally a break for married women. Now the doors are opened for not only single women by married Pakistani women to be a part of international pageants." In the past the Miss Pakistan World pageant has been a part of Miss Earth, Miss Tourism Queen International, Miss Bikini Universe, World Miss University, Queen of the World and other pageants. Having won a total of five international titles since 2003, Pakistan's entry is going steady but stronger day by day. This time it's the married women who will be out there representing Pakistan. In its fifth year, participating in 10 international pageants, winning 5 international titles, and now vying for the crown of Mrs. World, Pakistan will make history once again. Misbah Iqbal having the full support of her husband, her three beautiful children, in laws and her family is getting ready to make this a reality and a dream come true for those women who never dreamt about pursuing something like this after marriage.

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